Jennifer Schmidt

January 15, 2019

Imaginations Restored

Our imaginations were intended to breed faith, not fear. God wants to restore dark or dull imaginations this year, flooding the creative areas of our minds with his glorious light, unfettered hope, and limitless possibilities.

by: Jennifer Schmidt
January 08, 2019

The Best is Yet to Come

True wisdom - flowing from intimate encounter with the Living God - leads us into a new year with adamant hope and great expectations that the best is yet to come.

by: Jennifer Schmidt
December 18, 2018

A Thrill of Hope - Provision

God loves to see His body in a continual exchange of giving and receiving. When one is help-less, another is help-ful.

by: Jennifer Schmidt
November 21, 2018

Living in Perpetual Praise

Praise is a natural response to demonstrations of God’s nature all around us. Living a lifestyle of perpetual praise means making a practice out of continually coming into the Father’s presence with an offering of gratitude, regardless of temporal circumstances.

by: Jennifer Schmidt
September 18, 2018

Encourage One Another

We were designed to live in community, strengthening one another through intentional encouragement. Here are 5 ways to encourage one another.

by: Jennifer Schmidt
September 11, 2018

Forgive One Another

God’s intention is for the body of Christ to live in unity, which hinges on our willingness to forgive each other the way Christ has forgiven us.

by: Jennifer Schmidt
September 04, 2018

Love One Another

We were made for love - to receive it and to release it. 

by: Jennifer Schmidt
August 28, 2018

You Were Made for This

You were designed by God to thrive in community with others. It's not a want, it's an absolute necessity.

by: Jennifer Schmidt
June 26, 2018

We are an oasis for others.

Friendship is an avenue that God uses to refresh us and those around us.

by: Jennifer Schmidt
June 12, 2018

We bat above our status and punch above our weight

You are God’s chosen instrument to unleash miraculous breakthrough in the lives of others through your strategic, unmerited, highly favored positioning.

by: Jennifer Schmidt